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Outdoor/Indoor at The Fat Radish in NYC

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Outdoor/Indoor at The Fat Radish in NYC

Lizzie Hand July 08, 2011

Founded by transplanted Brits Ben Towill and Philip Winser, the duo behind the Silkstone catering and event company, The Fat Radish adheres to a sustainable farm-to-table ethos.

You could almost call it a veggie gastropub—the menu features offerings like celery root pot pie, and on the rooftop (which is available for special events), the partners grow herbs, lettuces, and more.

Above: The Fat Radish is located at 17 Orchard Street in Manhattan.

Above: An edible garden of mini red peppers and an array of herbs.

Above: Planter boxes, abundant with herbs and vegetables, are used as centerpieces.

Above: Kitchen shelving (R) and grain sack seating (L). Photograph by Karen Mordechai of Sunday Suppers.

Above: Windowboxes are carried indoors for a touch of green.

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